Just over a week after announcing that planners had asked the business to replace their shop frontage, Adam McGillian appears to have announced they are closing their Ballymoney branch.
After recent renovations inside and out, planners asked the business based on the corner of Church/Victoria Street, to replace the exterior as it wasn’t in keeping with the area of ‘historical interest’.
Despite the business saying at the time they weren’t going anywhere, their latest statement this morning appears to show they’ve made a difficult decision to closes and move operations to their Coleraine branch.
A post on their Facebook page reads;
“We have made a business decision to concentrate our sole efforts on working for our vendors and landlords and not to continue to keep fighting with those who don’t want to listen.
“Our business has been centralised to our Coleraine office, Ballymoney phone numbers, emails and staff remain unchanged.
“Not what we wanted however, our sole focus must be on our clients and we believe this move to be in their interest.
“On behalf of the entire team, we whole heartedly appreciate your kind words of support and assure you of our best attention at all times.”